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08-30-2006, 10:02 AM
Hi... Does anyone have Ann Wigmore's raw tofu recipe or any raw tofu recipe?
Also, does anyone have a raw soy milk recipe? Thanks... :)
08-30-2006, 10:23 AM
Isn't all tofu and soy milk processed some how???
08-30-2006, 03:24 PM
I don't know... I've read about raw tofu... and hope to get Ann Wigmore's recipe (or any recipe) to try it. I miss tofu and would love to replace it with a raw version.
As for soy milk... I saw a mention that this can be made by soaking soybeans (a method without using heat) I don't have a recipe... and hope to find one. And, maybe even try to make raw soy yogurt from a raw soy milk base.
If anyone has a recipe for any of these things... I would love to try it!
08-30-2006, 03:28 PM
I don't have any recipes. You may want to do a search with the Banana heading about soy. I won't say much here, but usually these posts about soy people will jump to educate you how bad it is However, it is your choice and your journey :) Experiment!
08-30-2006, 05:04 PM
When I made tofu a couple of years ago it was by boiling the beans before processing. It might perhaps be possible, to get enough 'milk' by simply blending them, I've not tried it so hopefully someone here has and responds soon!
08-30-2006, 05:39 PM
I really do suggest you do a search on soy and your health. It is in my opinion not the most optimal for your health. I have many of Ann Wigmore's book, but known of them reference raw tofu. I wonder if this was an old pracctice of her's. ***shrugs***
08-30-2006, 06:53 PM
Soak 1 cup soybeans in a gallon jar overnight.
Place a screen or mesh around the top of the jar.
Rinse and drain in the morning.
Cover soybeans with by at least 1 inch of water and leave in warm place (70-80 degrees) for 24 hours.
The soybeans will naturally ferment.
Blend soybeans and water.
Leave in warm place for 24 hours.
Drain water and squeeze out tofu with cheese cloth.
The Raw Truth by Jeremy A Safron & Renee Underkoffler
I have never tried this so I don't know much about it. The Raw Truth was one of the first books that I picked up. It does have some great recipes.
08-30-2006, 10:30 PM
Thanks so much for the recipe! :D
And yes... I will do a search on soybeans and health... Thanks for the heads up on that too... Much of this is a learning process... I appreciate the help... and this site! :D
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